XPulse 2004V or Honda CB200X Know which one has the power, read details of these low budget adventure bikes here

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The craze of adventure bikes in the country has increased a lot among the youth. Keeping this in mind, Hero has launched its affordable adventure bike XPulse 2004V in India. Here it will compete with Honda CB200X. Let's know who is heavy

 Hero MotoCorp, the country's largest two-wheeler manufacturer, has launched its new adventure tourer bike Hero XPulse 200 4V in India at an ex-showroom price of Rs 1.28 lakh. There is a special craze for low-budget adventure bikes in India, this bike from Hero MotoCorp launched in the festive season will compete directly with Honda CB200X, which was launched in India sometime back. If you are also planning to buy a new advanced adventure bike, then we are giving you a detailed comparison of adventure bikes of these two budget segments so that you can decide which of the two you should take.

XPulse 200 4V: First of all, let's talk about the biggest update of this adventure bike of the new XPulse 200 4V, in this the company has given a 4-valve version engine, due to which it has become more powerful than before. Is. Not only this, but the company has also updated the features of the bike more than before. The switchgear has been updated with an integrated starter and engine cut-off switch. Apart from this, all other features will be available in it as before. It also gets the same LED headlamps and taillamps as the earlier Honda CB200X, Bluetooth-enabled instrument console, single-channel ABS feature.

Engine and Power: If we talk about the new XPulse 2004V engine, then it has been given a 199.6 cc, 4-stroke, 4 valves, single-cylinder, oil-cooled, SOHC engine for best performance output. Which is capable of generating 18 bhp maximum power and 17.35 Nm peak torque. If compared to the 2-valve version, then the old XPulse 200 4V engine generates maximum power of 17.8 bhp and a peak torque of 16.45 Nm. At the front of the XPulse 200, 4V is telescopic forks suspension with 190 mm of travel. At the same time, a 10-step adjustable mono-shock suspension has been given in the rear with 170 mm of travel. It has been given dual-purpose tires. Its seat height is 825 mm. At the same time, its ground clearance is 220 mm.

Honda CB200X: Japanese automaker Honda launched its affordable adventure bike Honda CB200X in India in August last. This aggressive-looking new motorcycle is based on the company's Hornet 2.0 and shares the engine and platform with the naked roadster. The CB200X comes with a small tinted windscreen. The bike gets LED lighting all around including tail lamps and sleek turn indicators. At the rear, you get to see an X-shaped tail lamp similar to the Hornet 2.0. Features of the bike include a fully digital liquid crystal meter console, which provides information like gear position indicator, service due indicator, and battery voltmeter with 5-level adjustable brightness.

Engine and Power: Talking about the features and power of Honda CB200X, this bike comes with a 184.4 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine, which generates maximum power of 17 hp and torque of 16 Nm. This engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. Talking about the braking system of the bike, it has a combination of disc brakes at the front wheel and rear wheel with single-channel ABS. It has a seat height of 810mm. However, the suspension hardware is the same as on the Hornet 2.0 with upside-down forks and a mono-shock. Braking hardware is also the same with 276mm disc up front and 220mm disc with single-channel ABS. The Honda CB200X gets 17-inches and comes with block-pattern tires at both ends. Customers can buy the Honda CB200X in India at an ex-showroom price of ₹ 1,44,713.